“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Highland Springs, Virginia

Clickable Map of Henrico County, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Henrico County, VA (345) Charles City County, VA (77) Chesterfield County, VA (231) Goochland County, VA (40) Hanover County, VA (282) New Kent County, VA (56) Powhatan County, VA (31) Richmond Ind. City, VA (565)  HenricoCounty(345) Henrico County (345)  CharlesCityCounty(77) Charles City County (77)  ChesterfieldCounty(231) Chesterfield County (231)  GoochlandCounty(40) Goochland County (40)  HanoverCounty(282) Hanover County (282)  NewKentCounty(56) New Kent County (56)  PowhatanCounty(31) Powhatan County (31)  Richmond(565) Richmond (565)
Laurel is the county seat for Henrico County
Highland Springs is in Henrico County
      Henrico County (345)  
      Charles City County (77)  
      Chesterfield County (231)  
      Goochland County (40)  
      Hanover County (282)  
      New Kent County (56)  
      Powhatan County (31)  
      Richmond (565)  
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1 Virginia, Henrico County, Highland Springs — PA-138 — Highland Springs
One of Richmond's earliest streetcar suburbs, Highland Springs was founded in 1890 by Edmund Sewell Read, a wealthy real estate developer from Winthrop, Mass. He named the community for the relatively high altitude and natural springs that suited . . . Map (db m24844) HM
2 Virginia, Henrico County, Highland Springs — HC-8 — Locomotive Club of Richmond
In 1852, Joseph and Elizabeth Tyree owned this 400 acre tract of land known as "Woodstock." After changing hands several times, the Locomotive Club of Richmond purchased 208 acres of the property and built this clubhouse in 1925. Through the middle . . . Map (db m24858) HM
3 Virginia, Henrico County, Highland Springs — PA-125 — Seven Days BattlesGolding's Farm
Half a mile northwest occurred the action of Golding's Farm at dusk on June 27, 1862, as the battle of Gaines's Mill, on the other side of the river, was ending. The Confederates, sallying from their defenses, attacked Hancock's brigade holding the . . . Map (db m15657) HM
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Jul. 24, 2024